As he prepares to make his Australian debut, the veteran American baritone talks Mahler, Bernstein, American art song, and why he finds pandas so adorable.
Currently singing Leïla with State Opera of SA, the soprano talks about her funniest moment on stage, her guilty pleasures and a back-up career in astrophysics.
The Swedish soprano is the fourth recipient of classical music’s richest award.
Nelsons drives a foot-on-the-throttle Berlioz behemoth with glittering cast.
Too much blood and not enough thunder in Gheorghiu’s verismo.
In which the teenage genius shows his operatic hand.
Beautifully performed, but promises more than it delivers.
The great Dima has the last laugh as Verdi’s sardonic jester.
A truly rich evening of song from one of Australia's most cherished sopranos and storytellers.
A glittering performance from one of Australia's top sopranos, Emma Matthews.
The great German mezzo retired in 1994 after a remarkable 48-year career. She turned 90 this year, but as Clive Paget discovered, she has lost none of her worldly wisdom or her sense of humour.
The Australian conductor pays tribute to the French-Canadian mezzo and frequent recording partner of Joan Sutherland.
The Australian International Opera Awards has partnered with the Royal College of Music this year, seeing Brockway further her vocal studies in London.